On My Radar (Non-Hawker)

On My Radar (Non-Hawker)

Featuring Symmetry, Common Man Coffee Roasters, Artichoke, Habitat Coffee, Tolido's Espresso Nook, KEK Keng Eng Kee Seafood (Alexandra), Lolla, FOC Restaurant, Char (Jalan Besar), The Quarters
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Perhaps one of my favourite items to order whenever I visit Yujin Izakaya their Katsu Sando!

Their beef is seared to perfection, and coated with a light thin crispy crust, and sandwiched between fluffy toasted white bread which soaks up the teriyaki sauce that goes on top of the katsu.

The perfect harmony of flavours & juices that leaves you going mmmmm. 😋

Indulge in a seasonal special, the Mont D'or which is a seasonal vacherin cheese that is baked until it turns molten. The cheese was rich and soft and served with slices of bread to dip into. 🧀

Had such a good dinner at the new Habibi-san, a middle eastern izakaya! Menu’s small but unique and fun with Japanese elements. Started off with their pita that were a little pricey each, but served warm and so fluffy. They paired nicely with the dips (that were so tasty) we had that we ended up ordering more to pair!

Apart from the ala carte menu, they also have ‘FEEEEED ME!’, an omakase option that goes at $58 per pax, with a minimum of 2.

We can’t stop raving about their beer battered fish and thick cut French fries! The Atlantic Haddock was the least fishy and we enjoyed every flakey and fresh bite so so much!

This dish comes with a side of mushy peas and tartar sauce (hold onto your ewwws when you read about the mushy peas). This fresh and creamy mushy peas are like the upgraded version of baked beans served in an American breakfast. We definitely recommend giving this British styled Fish and Chips a try and we advise you to QUEUE EARLY. We reached at 12pm sharp on a Saturday afternoon and we were left with the last table.

Two perfectly-poached eggs sit atop two souffle pancakes. One with grilled tiger prawns and avocado cubes while the other with Norwegian smoked salmon and sauteed spinach.
Location: @flippers.singapore Takashimaya, 391A Orchard Road, #B1-56, Singapore 238873
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It’s been awhile since I had a Sunday roast (complete with Yorkshire pudding and gravy mind you), so when I saw this on No Sleep Club’s weekend offerings it earned an immediate “HELL YEAH!!!” from us. If you could say no to this beautiful plate of food, well shame on you. That’s all I have to say. You’ve got a choice between roast pork or beef ($35), and while I’m sure the pork would make a fab option as well I was mighty pleased we got the beef. Thicc, tender, absolutely succulent, and perfectly seasoned too with a wonderfully smokey and charred crust. The accompanying gravy was on point as well: rich and aromatic, thick and nicely reduced without any starchy fillers. Put that with sides of roasted potatoes, sautéed spinach and shrooms, and some crisp puffy Yorkshire puddings, and you’ve got yourself a Sunday deliciously spent 🤤🤤🤤

In collaboration with @overlycheezysg, we will choose one lucky winner to win Set Meal 2 ($49.90 ) - for 4-6 pax.
🍕1 Large Pizza.
🍕1 Regular Pizza.
🍕1 Cheesy Salted Egg fries.
🍕1 Belgium Chocolate Lava Cake.
🍕1 Bottle of softdrink.

Simply follow these 3 steps:
1. Follow @overlycheezysg and @shootandspoon.

2. Like this post and comment why do You want to win this giveaway.

3.Tag 2 of your friends. (Multiple submissions are allowed).

This giveaway will end on 5th August 2020 , 23.59pm.

Good luck 😊

Opened by the same folks behind D’Good Cafe at Holland Village, Straits Place 1819 is their latest concept situated at VivoCity, occupying a space near Gram Cafe & Pancakes within the mall serving up modern interpretations of local favourites which range from all-day brunch items, to mains as well as pasta alongside a wide variety of beverages such as specialty coffee, tea, mocktails and cocktails etc.

Giving the local Char Kway Teow a modern twist, the Unagi & Salmon Kway Teow here is more than meets the eye; apart from the addition of unagi and cured salmon into the dish, the dish also sees some of the rice noodles being replaced by Shirataki Noodles (i.e. Konjac Noodles) for a slight twist. The Char Kway Teow here does come with a hint of sweetness from the dark soya sauce with a slight hint of savouriness from pork lard; the noodles not being too greasy though lacks wok hei (what were you expecting; it’s a cafe after all!), but still remains pretty slurpy overall especially for the Shirataki Noodles. The addition of unagi and cured salmon is pretty welcome for a modern interpretation of things, though does not seem to be a purposeful addition apart from trying to appeal to slightly more youthful audiences, and perhaps also to substantiate for the more premium price tag here as compared to the usual renditions readily available in food courts, coffeeshops and Hawker centres. Nonetheless, the Unagi comes sufficiently plump; a little scaly in certain parts but not too much to cause a concern, while the cured salmon came all savoury and flaky with a pinkish centre for a good texture — each slice also came at a pretty generous portion for a good bite, all that while the greens help to balance things out and give a slight crunch.

This made for one of the best onion rings because the restaurant respects onion rings. This was not an afterthought. They use big, quality onion and batter it in something peppery and reminiscent of fried chicken. A real indulgence.

This recipe is based on Chef Martin's famous dish when he was the head chef at another well-known bar. With wagyu beef cubes swimming in veal jus, each bite of the soft tender beef was rich, buttery and juicy. And they know us well enough, that we would want bread to mop up all the juices, so baguette was served by default on the side.
Deservedly the signature at Cavemen led by Chef Jen, as it is also one of the very few whole bone marrow that managed to get savory flavours throughout the fats (you know how most bone marrow was savory only on top and felt fatty everywhere else?)
1 Jalan Dusun
Unit 01-09
One Dusun Residences

12pm to 12am Tuesday to Sunday
Closed Monday
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This is large but tender, juicy, and meaty, with a slight chew to texture.
Bold meaty savoury flavours, with a hint of grainy sweet.
Got this Australian Angus ribeye steak medium rare, I'm impressed with the quality of this beef.
Cavemen Restaurant & Bar
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Not quite the toasty, crispy, golden crust on the bottom (Soccarat), but nevertheless it was tasty and brimming with traditional Spanish flavors. Love how the prawns, chopped peppers, peas and chorizo justify their place in the pan as flavor lenders.

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